+353 (0) 63 91300 reception@ballyhoura.org

Address: Glenosheen Kilmallock Limerick Republic of Ireland   Website: www.ballyhouracottage.com

Phone: +353 83 4332402    Email: sassisilver@eircom.net

Ballyhoura Cottage was originally a farm house. Its occupants then were reputedly ‘ in service at nearby Olivers Castle. It has been sensitively refurbished to ensure that its traditional Irish cottage image has been preserved. This delightful two bed cottage is five minutes from the Ballyhoura bicycle trails. The nearest pubs are no more than two miles away. The only sound you will hear is the wildlife and farm animals, you are also totally cut off from traffic, with only the occasional neighbours vehicle passing by. Ballyhoura Cottage provides the best of both worlds.

Upstairs there are two bedrooms, the main bedroom has an ensuite, washbasin and toilet, a double bed and a lovely exposed stone wall separating it from the second bedroom. It has a beautiful country décor and is bright and airy. The second bedroom contains two single beds and additionally boasts a velux window and the exposed stone wall. Both bedrooms are extremely comfortable.

The living room has a large welcoming open fire, complete with old fire irons that were once used for cooking. Although there is full central heating in the cottage, most guests cannot resist the warm feeling and ambience that this fire generates.

The sunroom doubles as a dining room. It has a table and six chairs along with additional folding chairs, if required, it also has two sofas, one being a bed settee. Three of the walls are virtual glass giving unrestricted views whilst guests eat and relax. There is ample parking and pets are very welcome inside Ballyhoura Cottage

There is an abundance of golf courses within handy distance and plenty of pubs in the area, the nearest being withing a two mile radius. The Greenwood Inn at Ardpatrick is very popular and holds regular weekly dances to cater for all tastes. Ballyhoura Cottage is a stepping stone for Killarney, Tipperary, cork and Limerick.